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Get Out: Saturdays Off the 405, Celebrating Rad Bradbury, Last Chinatown Summer Night, Pasadena Jazz Fest

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Saturdays Off the 405
Saturdays Off the 405 features outdoor music and views of the city atop the hill of the Getty Museum. This week's installment features performances by The Antlers and Dublab founder DJ Frosty. Enjoy libations, like the Gety-tins or other drinks, from the cash bar, and dine at the cafe, all of which are open until 8:30pm. You can also participate in the free Spotlight After Dark tours, a 20-minute exploration and discussion of art with a Getty Museum educator, which depart at 6pm and 7pm.

Celebrating Ray Bradbury @The Paley Center
All this month Los Angeles is celebrating Ray Bradbury’s 90th birthday with a series of events throughout the city. Today The Paley Center will be showcasing one day of screenings from their collection from which Mr. Bradbury has chosen three of his favorite televised adaptations of his work. 1:00PM - The Ray Bradbury Theater: The Banshee (1986); 2:00PM - American Playhouse: Any Friend of Nicholas Nickleby is a Friend of Mine (1982); 3:00PM - The Electric Grandmother (1982).